Birth/Rebirth is a twisted story about motherhood, with two seemingly opposite protagonists who are both invested in a little girl's resurrection.
Gal Gadot's spy flick Heart of Stone is a solid enough take on the James Bond archetype, with enough fun action to justify its basic story.
Director Sophie Barthes offers a strikingly designed future world, but The Pod Generation's storytelling is never as compelling as its design sense.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter marks the latest attempt to bring new life to an age-old tale of being dead and dying.
Despite a noble effort from Jon Hamm, the workplace comedy Corner Office is neither funny nor insightful. Here's CBR's review.
Director Randall Park's Shortcomings retains the acerbic wit of Adrian Tomine's graphic novel. Here's CBR's review.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem marks the latest in a long line of franchise entries, and it's a visual feast. Here's CBR's review.
Disney's latest Haunted Mansion adaptation puts LaKeith Stanfield's formidable talents in an effects-driven adaptation of a theme park ride.
In their stunning feature debut, Talk To Me, the RackaRacka brothers, Danny and Michael Philippou, offer grief and terror in equal measure.
Justice League: Warworld serves as the culmination of the Tomorrowverse when it remembers to progress its own story. Here's CBR's review.
Even when Sympathy for the Devil's narrative falters, Nicolas Cage's enjoyably bonkers turn as a mysterious carjacker is always mesmerizing to watch.
Juel Taylor's directorial debut, They Cloned Tyrone, has trouble marrying its ideas, but offers a phenomenal performance.
Greta Gerwig's Barbie delivers on the sweetness, satire, and fun performances of its main cast as Mattel's beloved, yet controversial doll lineup.
With Oppenheimer, Christopher Nolan's sprawling biopic delivers thanks to its impeccable performances, direction, and haunting spectacle.
Samuel Bodin's Cobweb scares in the shadows before electrifying audiences with a wild third act.
Quicksand fails to offer anything new to a familiar subgenre of horror.
Final Cut director Michel Hazanavicius faithfully replicates the original movie's plot and characters, but the result is fairly bland.
Biosphere is an interesting but imperfect sci-fi dramedy with a lot to say that's elevated by a strong central duo and direction. Here's CBR's review.
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part 1 is more focused on being enjoyable than needlessly heavy. Here's CBR's review.
Joy Ride is raunchy and hilarious, boasting a talented cast and pitch-perfect script to produce one of the best comedies of the year.